MAN writing WOMAN on WOMAN writing MAN
J’ecris dans la style feministe sur Dove qui ecrit la vie de Thomas (un home).
But am I allowed?
Is she allowed?
I ask aloud
A loud reponse
“woman must write woman. And man , man.”
I cannot write woman?
I cannot right woman?
[But when she writes / rights man, I can]
She, meaning woman… She meaning Dove… She meaning not he / me… writing “Variation on Guilt”
Equal time equals “Weathering Out,” but does Dove? Antilove,
By me if I disagree? But I can’t
Je suis Narcisse.
That, I am allowed.
Man came first.
For he was born four years before. Or?
Nope. Good as gold. No more
Is meant by Dove; no antilove.
So, does she write his body, or
Her body in “Variation on Guilt”?
“Wretched little difference, he thinks, between enduring pain and waiting for pain to work on others.”
He is man. Man thinks pain, but does not
feel. [Dove does not write the pain he endures.
She is outside…
She is in the delivery room…
She is in the future.
He is alone in his thought.]
Later, “Doors fly apart – no, he wouldn’t run away!”
Man wants to run away. Man thinks more than feels. Man thinks of man.
Il est Narcisse.
“It’s a girl, he can tell by that smirk, that strut of a mountebank!”
Man claims superiority over (wo)man. But Thomas does not feel – He “can tell.”
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